The legendary Ho Chi Minh Trails, with a seemingly endless number of backwater paths that started near Hanoi and ran almost 20.000 kilometers down the length of the country, crossing into Laos at several points, and ending near Saigon, offers a wide variety of cycling terrains including flat concrete roads, steep hills, mountain passes and dirt paths. The route passes peaceful hill tribe hamlets and stunning mountain scenery.

Brief itinerary:
Take a short transfer west of the bustling city to the Ho Chi Minh Highway, roughly coinciding with the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail during the War, then start the moderate ride on part of the Trail, passing many spectacular mountain views, crooked passes, steep hills, jungles, streams and hill-tribe hamlets. Dismounting, you will visit with locals and enjoy their daily activities through interaction and exploration. Your final destination is B’hoong Village of the Ka-Tu Ethnic Minority with stunning landscape, colorful ethnic culture and warm hospitality. Return to hotel by car after picnic lunch at the village.

  Depart from Hoi An
  End in Hoi An
  Best starting time 9:00 am
  Duration 6 hours
  Biking distance 30 - 50 Km
  Grade Leisurely - Moderate
  Activities Biking, sightseeing
  Refreshment Mineral water
  What to Bring? Sunscreen, camera, sport shoes.
  What is included? Transfer to and from cycling site, English speaking guide, support van, helmet, high quality mountain bike, first aid kit, and picnic lunch.


  Group sizes 1pax 2pax 3pax 4-5pax 6-7pax
  USD/pax 165 99 81 81 65 62